Brainerd Public Library

Meets 6 p.m. Wednesday, May 22

1. Call to order

2. Roll Call/Introductions

3. Approve agenda

4. Approve minutes of April 2019 meeting

5. President's report

6. Librarian's report

7. Finance Committee report

8. Building & Grounds Committee report-informal meeting with architect

9. Policy Committee report

10. KRL Rep's report

11. Friends of the Library report

12. Open forum

13. Unfinished business

a. Estate gift of Millie Gjertson

14. New business

a. Children's museum

15. Adjourn

The finance committee of the BPL Board meets prior to the regularly scheduled monthly meeting at 5:30 p.m.

Brainerd City Council

Meets 7:30 p.m. Monday, May 20

Brainerd City Hall Council Chambers

1. Call to order - 7:30 p.m.

2. Roll Call

3. Pledge Of Allegiance

4. Approval Of Agenda - Voice Vote

5. Consent Calendar

NOTICE TO PUBLIC - all matters listed are considered routine by the Council and will all be enacted by one (1) motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless good cause is shown prior to the time the Council votes on the motion to be ADOPTED BY ROLL CALL

A. Approval Of Minutes

A.1. Regular Meeting Held on May 6, 2019

B. Approval Of Licenses

Contractor Licenses - 3 New; 6 - Renewals

Taxicab Application - Submitted by Baker Transportation, Inc. dba Elite Taxi, 630 30th Ave N., St. Cloud, MN 56303 - Contingent Upon Police Department Approval

C. Department Activity Reports

C.1. Police Chief

C.2. Finance Director

D. Memorandum Of Agreement Between The City Of Brainerd And IBEW Local No. 31 (Administrative Support) Union Setting 2019- 2020 Wages For The Transit Operations Specialist Position

E. Minnesota Lawful Gambling Premises Permit Application - Adopt Resolution To Allow Lawful Gambling By The Baxter Snowmobile Club At The Last Turn Saloon Upper Level, 214-216 South Eighth Street, Brainerd

F. Temporary On-Sale Liquor License Application -Submitted By VFW Post #1647, 309 South Sixth St. For An Event To Be Held June 1, 2019 At The Brainerd National Guard Armory, 1115 Wright St., Brainerd

6. Presentations

A. Visit Brainerd Presentation - Ms. Mary Devine Johnson

B. Housing And Redevelopment Authority Update - Ms. Jennifer Bergman Executive Director

7. Council Committee Reports

A. Personnel And Finance Committee - 7:00 P.M.

A.1. Approval Of Bills

A.2. Prosecution Attorney Agreement

A.3. Police Department Vehicles - Community Service Officer Vehicle

A.4. Deputy Police Chief Wage Discussion

B. Safety And Public Works Committee -6:45 PM

B.1. Event/Street Closure Application - Auction At 10th Avenue NE And I Street

B.2. Event/Street Closure Application - Jaycees Street Fest

B.3. Event/Street Closure Application - Brainerd Pride Picnic

B.4. Event/Street Closure Application - Sober Squad Walk 4 Hope

B.5. Downtown Landscaping Contract

B.6. Improvement 15-12 And 16-10 - Final Pay Estimate

7. Improvement 17-06 (108-119-006), 17-07, And 18-05 - Request To Authorize Professional Services Contract With Short Elliot Hendrickson For Construction Administration

8. Resolution - Improvement 16-09 (SAP 108-136-004) Parking Restrictions

9. City Wide Stormwater Retrofit Plan - Discussion And Staff Direction

8. Unfinished Business

A. Children's Museum - Library Option Discussion

B. Committee Recommendations - Recommended By Council President Mr. Christopher Foley

C. Call For Applicants - Informational

(Applications Available in Council Chambers, at City Hall or at the

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Recommended: (all terms expire on 12/31 of said year)

Cable TV Advisory Committee - 2 terms (Expire 2021)

Charter Commission - 1 term (Expire 2021) - 1 term (Expire 2022)

Transportation Advisory Committee - 1 term (Expire 2020)

Council President Recommended: (all terms expire 12/31 of said year)

Planning Commission - 1 term (Expire 2021)

9. New Business

A. Community Member Of The Month

10. Public Forum

Time allocated for citizens to bring matters not on the agenda to the attention of the Council - Time limits may be imposed

11. Staff Reports

12. Council Member Reports

13. Adjourn

Note: Safety and Public Works Committee will meet at 6:45 p.m. Personnel and Finance Committee will meet at 7 p.m.

Cass County Board of Commissioners

Meets 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 21

Turtle Lake Township Hall

4196 72nd St NW, Walker

1. 6 p.m. Call to Order

b. Pledge of Allegiance.

c. Approval of agenda for discussion. (Any requests to be heard not on the proposed agenda are considered for inclusion at this time.)

2. 6:05 p.m. Josh Stevenson - County Administrator

a. Consent Agenda

b. Census 2020 Complete Count Committee

3. 6:10 p.m. Lori Vrolson - Central MN Council on Aging

a. 2019 Update

4. 6:25 p.m. Chris Thompson - Sheriff's Office

a. ATM in Courthouse

5. 6:35 p.m. Sandra Norikane - Chief Financial Officer

a. Forfeited Tax Settlement

6. 6:45 p.m. Darrick Anderson - Highway Department

a. Approval of SAP 011-598-010 bid results

7. 6:55 p.m. Confirm Upcoming Meeting Schedule

a. Commissioner's Board Meeting on Tuesday, June 4, 2019, beginning at 9 a.m., Board Room, 1st Floor Crtse. Annex, Walker, MN.

b. Cass County Board of Equalization on Monday, June 10, 2019, beginning at 2 p.m. in the Commissioners Board Room, Courthouse, Walker, MN.

c. Commissioner's Board Meeting on Tuesday, June 18, 2019, beginning at 6 p.m., Leader Community Hall, 7430 State 64 SW, Motley, MN.

d. Annual Planning Work Session on Friday June 28, 2019, beginning at 9 a.m., Land Department Public Meeting Room, Backus, MN.

8. 7 p.m. Adjourn

Items on the Consent Agenda are reviewed in total by the County Board and may be approved through one motion.

Any item of the Consent Agenda may be removed by any Commissioner for separate consideration.

Consent agenda

a. Approve Minutes - Regular Meeting May 7, 2019

b. Approve Auditor Warrants and HHVS Warrants

c. Approve Sheriff's Office Personnel Items

d. Approve Licenses - Tobacco, 3.2 Beer, Liquor, Gambling, Etc.

e. Approve Capital Fund Activity

f. Approve Abatements

g. Authorize 1st Quarter Payment to Longville Ambulance Subordinate Service District

h. Authorize 2019 Budget Support for Cass County Historical Society

i. Approve Fraud Prevention Investigation & Criminal Fraud Control Services Cooperative Agreement

j. Approve Public Health Preparedness Cooperative Agreement

k. Approve Grant Application for Victim Services Funding

l. Approve US Forest Service Law Enforcement Grant

m. Approve Out-of-State Travel for Veterans Services Staff

n. Approve Smith Reclassification

o. Approve Erdmann Reclassification

p. Receive and File 2019 First Quarter Foreclosure Report

q. Receive and File April 2019 Interest Report

r. Receive and File HHVS Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Guidelines

s. Receive and File HHVS Financial Reports

t. Receive and File Notice of Chippewa Triathlon on County Administered Land

u. Receive and File Letter of Support for Yellow Ribbon Project

Little Falls School Board

Meets 5 p.m. Monday, May 20

Little Falls Community Middle School (Media Center)

1000 First Avenue NE, Little Falls, MN

The Retiree Reception begins at 4 p.m. at the Middle School Media Center.

1. Call to Order

2. Pledge of Allegiance

3. District Mission Statement

4. Approval of Agenda (Action)

5. Recognition/Appreciation

6. Presentation

6. 1. Liam Ingemansen - Student Computer Coding Project

6. 2. Wade Mathers and Susan Benjamin - "WIN Time"

7. Public Comments

8. Consent Agenda (Action)

8. 1. Personnel

8. 2. Approval of Prior Meeting Minutes

8. 3. Approval of Financial Transactions

9. Resolution for Acceptance of Gifts (Action)

9. 1. Other Donations

10. Reports from Board Members

11. Superintendent's Report

12. Old or Unfinished Business

12. 1. Approval of 2020 Choir Trip to New York (Action)

12. 2. Approval of Policy (Action)

13. New Business

13. 1. Resolution for Membership in the MN State High School League for 2019-20 (Action)

13. 2. Identified Official with Authority for MDE Secure Website (Action)

13. 3. List of Donations for the 2019 Day of Caring (Informational Only)

13. 4. Resolution for School Calendar Adjustment for the 2018-19 School Year (Action)

13. 5. Approval of Transportation Contracts for 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 (Action)

13. 6. Resolution Relating to the Termination and Non-Renewal of the Teaching Contract of Probationary Teacher (Action)

14. Adjournment

Pillager Public Schools

Canvassing Meeting and Regular School Board Meeting

Meets 6:30 p.m. Monday, May 20

I. Call to Order

II. Pledge of Allegiance

III. Cell Phone/Electronic Devices

IV. Resolution Canvassing Returns of Votes of School District Special Election

V. Regular School Board Meeting

VI. Consider Additions/Deletions/Acceptance of the Agenda

VII. Visitors' Comments

VIII. Consider Consent Agenda

1. Minutes of the April 15, 2019 Regular Meeting

2. Monthly Cash Flow Including Investments

3. Monthly Paid Bills

4. Donations

E. Personnel

IX. Elementary ENVoY Recognition

X. Student Project - Power and Transportation Class

XI. CTCIT Technology Update

XII. Board Reports with Possible Action

A. Activities

B. Budget

1. Business Manager Report

a. Resolution for Student Activity Accounts

2. Legislative Update

C. Curriculum

1. Committee Report

a. Approve Length of Day for Students

b. Approve Time Change of Day for Teaching Staff

c. Credit Requirement Adjustment for 7 Period Day

d. Other Items from Committee Report

2. Director Teaching and Learning Report

a. World's Best Workforce Review

b. Other

D. Facilities

E. Personnel

1. Committee Report

a. Approve 2019-2021 Master Teacher Contract and all Schedules

b. Approve 2019-2021 MS/HS Principal Contract

c. Approve 2019-2021 Elementary Principal Contract

d. Approve 2019-2021 Director of Teaching and Learning Contract

e. Approve 2019-2021 Assistant Principals Contract

f. Other Items from Committee Report

F. Policy

1. 2nd Reading of MSBA proposed changes to Policy #601, 604, 613, 614, 615, 618, 619 and 802

G. Other

XIII. Superintendent's Report

XIV. Adjournment

Crow Wing County Committee of the Whole

Meets 9 a.m. Tuesday, May 21

Jinx Ferrari Meeting Room, 2nd Floor, Historic Courthouse, Brainerd

The agenda has been published as shown below but is subject to change to include such business as may come before the Board.

1. 9 a.m. Land Services - Gary Griffin

A. Historic Fire Tower

B. Leasing and Subleasing Tax Forfeited Lands

C. Verizon Easement Request

2. 10 a.m. Camp Ripley 2019 Annual Training Schedule, Economic Impact and Environmental Briefing - BG Lowell Kruse and Tony Housey

3. 10:30 a.m. Right-of-Way Policy - Tim Bray

Crow Wing County Personnel Committee

Meets 9 a.m. Monday, May 20

County Administrator's Conference Room

1. Staff updates

2. Personnel actions

3. Closed session

4. New items

Crow Wing County Committee meeting schedule

The following list includes Crow Wing County meetings that may be attended by one or more members of the Crow Wing County Board:

Meets 9 a.m. Monday, May 20, Personnel Committee, Historic Courthouse, County Administrator's Conference Room

Meets 4 p.m. Monday, Fire Advisory Board, Brainerd Fire Station Training Room

Meets 9 a.m. Tuesday, Committee of the Whole, Historic Courthouse, Jinx Ferrari Meeting Room

Meets 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, Crow Wing County Community Corrections Advisory Board, Land Services Building, Meeting Room 2

Meets 10 a.m. Thursday, Northeast Emergency Communications Board, St. Louis County EOC, Pike Lake & Webex

Meets 10 a.m. Friday, Mississippi Headwaters Board, Cass County Courthouse, Walker

May 27, Memorial Day, County offices closed

Baxter City Council

Meets 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 21

Baxter City Hall

13190 Memorywood Drive, Baxter

The Baxter City Council will conduct a work session 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Baxter City Hall for the purpose of discussing the Biological Filtration Water Treatment Plant Pilot Study Report and 2020 Fairview Road, Golf Course Drive, Excelsior Road and Trail Connection and Oakwood Trail Connection Improvements Project.

1. Call Meeting to Order

2. Roll Call

3. Pledge of Allegiance

4. Presentation

A. Visit Brainerd, Mary Devine Johnson

5. Additions or Changes to the Agenda

6. Public Comments

Comments received from the public may be placed on a future meeting agenda for


7. Consent Agenda

The following items are considered non-controversial by staff and are recommended to be read and passed in one motion. Any council person, staff, citizen, or meeting attendee can request one or more items be pulled from the Consent Agenda and the item will be pulled and addressed immediately after the passage of the Consent Agenda; otherwise, the following items will be passed in one motion:

A. Approve City Council Minutes from May 7, 2019

B. Approve the Payment of Bills and Finance Report (Addendum A)

C. Accept Utilities Commission Minutes of May 8, 2019

D. Approve the Stormwater Facilities Maintenance Agreement for ISD No. 181 for the

New Baxter Elementary School

E. Approve the Stormwater Facilities Maintenance Agreement for Sicalas Properties

F. Approve the Sicalas Properties, LLC Development Agreement

G. Approve the 2019 South Sanitary Sewer Interceptor Improvements Plans

H. Approve the Landwehr Construction Inc. Partial Pay Estimate No. 8 in the amount of $385,808.51 for the 2018 Cypress Drive Improvements Project

I. Accept the Biological Filtration Water Treatment Plant Pilot Study

J. Approve the Plans and Specifications for the 2019 Mapleton Road, Jasperwood Drive & Knollwood Drive Area Improvements Plans & Specifications

K. Approve the Holden Electric Partial Pay Estimate No. 3 for the Water Treatment Plant Generator Improvements Project.

L. Approve the Rice Lake Construction Partial Pay Estimate No. 2 in the amount of $30,115.00 for the Water Treatment Plant Filter 2 & 4 Media Replacement Project

M. Accept Planning and Zoning Commission Minutes from May 14, 2019

8. Pulled Agenda Items

9. Other Business

A. Approve Shoreland Grading/Filling CUP to allow a beach at 14232 Memorywood Drive

B. Approve the following to allow for a 20-unit apartment building and two, 10-unit

townhomes located at 14272, 14236, and 14232 Grand Oaks Drive:

1. Preliminary and Final Plat of "First Addition to Refuge on Grand Oaks"

2. Rezoning from C-2, Regional Commercial to PUD, Planned Unit Development

3. PUD General and Final Plan for White Oak Estates

C. Approve the following to allow for a multi-tenant commercial development known as

The EkoMarkt located on Lot 3, Block 1 of Baxter Village east of Edgewood Drive and west of HWY 371:

1. Rezoning from C-2, Regional Commercial to PUD, Planned Unit Development

2. PUD General and Final Plan for The EkoMarkt

D. Approve a Conditional Use Permit to allow for an auto repair use located at 15910 Edgewood Drive

10. Council Comments

A. Connie Lyscio

B. Zach Tabatt

C. Todd Holman

D. Mark Cross

E. Darrel Olson

11. City Administrators Report

12. City Attorneys Report

A. Closed Session Under Minnesota Statute 13D.05, subd. 3 (c), Purchase of Property

PID: 020134105M00889 and 020133100G00009

13. Adjourn